[Omaha.pm] UNO Student Lightning Talks, Fall 2008

Robert Fulkerson robert.fulkerson at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 07:37:29 PST 2008

Greetings everyone,

It's that time of year again.  :)
The Fall 2008 UNO CSCI 2850 (Programming on the Internet) class invites you
to an evening of lightning talks on Perl programming, the Firefox web
browser and other (mostly) web-related topics.

Lightning Talks are no longer than 5 minutes and can be about anything: a
new idea, an evaluation, an observation, a story, a complaint, an
explanation, a suggestion, a report of success or failure, a call to action,
a description of a technique, technology, or a lament.

Usually we split the talks over two nights, but this semester it's going to
be one, big solid night of talks.

   - Where: Peter Kiewit Institute, Room 252 ( http://tinyurl.com/5g83cb )
   - When: Tuesday, December 9th, 2008
   - Time: 6:00 PM until 8:30 PM


   1. Writing a Greasemonkey script for FireFox to make BlackBoard tolerable
   2. Obfuscating Perl
   3. Connecting Perl to databases
   4. Net::SSH::Expect
   5. Using BioPerl for sequence analysis
   6. Perl Google APIs
   7. Acid Test 3
   8. Gossamer Forum
   9. Perl vs. Python
   10. Index a website starting with a single page
   11. Dictionary attack using Perl
   12. iTunes playlist extractor: C++ vs. Perl
   13. Regex Creator
   14. Regex Coach
   15. History of Perl
   16. Software Pirating Debate (Spore, SecuROM)
   17. Perl 6 vs. Perl 5
   18. Rapid Exploit Development using Perl
   19. SSH on iPod Touch
   20. Regex usage in Perl vs. C
   21. Ubuntu with Conky
   22. Perl-XML: XML Made Easy with Perl!
   23. Perl Module - GD::SecurityImage
   24. Gmail:Checker module
   25. Improving Perl program efficiency/performance
   26. Subversion tortoise client search
   27. Perl PayPal APIs
   28. JQuery UI
   29. Talking to LCD projectors using Perl
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